Sutures, also called stitches, are sterile surgical threads that are used to close wounds. They're also routinely utilised to close surgical incisions. Some wounds may necessitate the use of metal staples rather than sutures. It all depends on the nature of the wound. Deep wounds or cuts are closed using sutures. In the case of a serious incision, a doctor may need to sew the wound's two edges together layer by layer. When this happens, sutures are left beneath the skin's surface and the wound is eventually closed. Sutures are often made from a range of natural or synthetic materials. Your doctor will use sutures to repair wounds on your skin or other tissues.
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